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in michigan that typically works at the bottom of a chain of contractors. >> the good companies are going out of business because they can't afford their safety. they can't afford their insurance. they can't afford their workmen's comp. >> smith: deckrow showed us what's left over for him after each contractor, especially the turf vendor, takes a big cut. >> at&t pays the turfer $187 to install a remote radio head. the turfer then takes the contractor and pays them $93. i've seen seen as low as $40 to $50 and have been paid $40 and $50 to install that same item. >> smith: deckrow says the pricing has forced him to make hard decisions. he drives his trucks more than 100,000 miles a year without changing the tires. and he's cut his safety budget. >> this day and age, everybody's faced with the money versus safety. whether they'll admit it or not, everybody's had to cut back on something. we would love to replace every year, every two years, new harnesses and new safety gear for all our guys. it's not in the budget. but this is stuff they have to wear every day in order to live through the day.
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